The Pottstown Mercury newspaper this week profiled Christopher Maloney upon his retirement from the Montgomery County District Attorney’s Office, where he served as a top prosecutor for the past two decades.
His former colleagues described Maloney, the newest attorney at Ross Feller Casey, LLP, as “a legal expert” who “has made a difference in the lives of countless citizens.”
Montgomery County District Attorney Risa Vetri Ferman said Maloney’s strength is that he is so well-rounded as a litigator.
“He is likable and reliable. Jurors and judges appreciate his work and they trust him,” she said. “He’s got an incredible ability to persist at things. I think that persistence really made him an outstanding prosecutor.”
In the article, Maloney told the Mercury that he joined Ross Feller Casey because he wanted to continue representing “the vulnerable, the powerless, the people that otherwise would be disregarded, that need someone to stand up and advocate for them.”
At Ross Feller Casey, a leading Philadelphia personal injury law firm, Maloney will concentrate on all areas of personal injury law, including cases involving medical malpractice, birth injuries and premises liability.